Sunday, September 1, 2019

St. Albans, Maine, in the 1820 Census

St. Albans, Maine, in the 1820 Census.

Boundary changes since 1820: part of Hartland annexed in 1821; part set off to Hartland in 1846; land annexed from Ripley in 1862 but returned in 2002.

Note: the 1820 Census lists the names of heads of households only; see the original sheets for a tally of everyone in each household by age range and gender.

The enumeration of St. Albans consists of Sheets 168-170; use the arrow at top left to page forward.

The enumerator used phonetic spellings, which may have affected alphabetization.  If you find errors or have information to share on any of the people listed below, please leave a comment.

Heads of Households - phonetic spellings may have affected alphabetical order
Ephraim Braley
John Butterfield
John Church
Issackar Cook
Wilaby Cook
William Cook
Simeon Cooper
Andrew Crophard - variant of Crawford ?
Joseph Dearborn
Samuel Dearborn
Paul Felker
Dr Benjamin French
Aaron Frost
Aaron Frost, Jr.
James Gerry
John Glidden
Ephraim Goodwin
Luke Grover
Judah Hacket
Stephen Haskell
Jonathan Hilton
Rev. William Hinman
Samuel Hodgden
Asa Holway
Chandler Hopkins
Hirah House - presumably Hirah Howes (1786-1868)
David H. Jewett
Daniel Lucas
John Lyford
David Mcloon
Abraham Moor
Joseph Moor
Samuel Moor
William Moor
Alexander Potter
Thomas Potter
Abner Pottle
Meltiah Raymond
Thomas Raymond
Benjamin Richards
David Richards
Ebenezer Rollins
David Rowe
Samuel Samborn
Hiram Samson
Noah Samson
Patrick Shean
Jedediah Sleeper
John Smart
James Jarvis Smith
John Smith
Thomas Smith
William Smith
John Stinchfield
Thomas Tenney
James Thomson
John B. Turner
Joseph Watson
Christopher Webb
Asa Wiggins
Silas Willey
William Wing

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